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Pelaez Blandon, M. (2014). Denmark in the Twentieth Century: Building a welfare society. Cooperacion, 1(1), 63–93. https://doi.org/10.21500/23825014.2255
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After a critical review of the various sociological theories of development, the Belgian sociologist Guy Bajoit concluded that development is a complex process that it can only be achieved by solving six contradictions which would simultaneously implement six programs of public policies that logically they contradict each other. This article aims to examine, from the Bajoit´s alternative theoretical perspective, the development of Denmark during the period between 1958 and 1974. In order to do it, it is first presented the context in which that period is framed, then, it will be identified what are the six contradictions posed by Professor Bajoit and how these were presented in Denmark during the period of the analysis. Finally it will be examined if it was managed to overcome all or at least some of them.



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